Moscow, Kansas
Founded: 1913
Population: 252
Area Code: 620
ZIP code: 67952
Elevation: 3045 feet
School District: USD 209
Latitude: 37° 19' 25" N
Longitude: 101° 12' 19" W  
  Moscow, Kansas
Home of the Wildcats
Stevens County

 
Hunt Stevens County
Moscow is located in northeastern Stevens County, [SV], on highway US-56.  It's on the Cimarron Valley Railroad (formerly Santa Fe), which parallels the highway from Dodge City to Elkhart.  This is high plains farm country, with vast fields of wheat and maize grown for animal feed.
 
This area of Kansas is renowned for its quail and pheasant hunting.

Schools USD 209, Moscow Public Schools   (620) 598-2205
P.O. Box 158
Moscow KS 67952-0158
Elementary School   (620) 598-2224
High School   (620) 598-2250
Churches Moscow Baptist Church   (620) 598-2455
United Methodist Church   (620) 598-2426
Shopping Convenience Plus   (620) 598-2244 / Hwy 56 & Main
Henry's Tires & Service   (620) 598-2343
Dining Where It's At Bar & Grill   (620) 598-2242 / Main St
Government City Office   (620) 598-2455
Recreation Commission   (620) 598-2552
Swimmimg Pool   (620) 598-2555
U.S. Post Office   (620) 598-2289
Notes:
  • Genealogical Information for Stevens County is available on Blue Skyways.
  • Moscow is on the Cimarron Valley (once A.T. & S.F.) Railroad.
  • Moscow is described in the WPA Guide to 1930s Kansas.
  • Moscow was mentioned in Kansas, A Cyclopedia Of State History by Frank W. Blackmar (1912).
  • Moscow appears on a county map in the History of Kansas by Noble L. Prentis published in 1899.
Explore Stevens County or visit other Kansas Cities & Towns

November 5, 2001 / John & Susan Howell / Wichita, Kansas / towns@kslib.info

Blue Skyways Visit the Home Page for Kansas
A service of the Kansas State Library
© Copyright 2001
John & Susan Howell
Kansas on the Net
Kansas on the Net